Description: • Get better heating with conforming flexible fabric Heating Mantles feature insulated glass fabric that conforms to unusual vessel shapes. Griffin Beaker Mantles concentrate the heat at the bottom of the mantle for evensmall volume heating|applications. Mantles require a controlled electrical
- Flask Size: 0.2113 gallons
- Power: 0.4691 HP
- Operating Temperature: 842 F
Heating Mantles - HEATING MANTLES - Soxhlet Extraction, Multi-Position, EME Series, Electrothermal 6-Place, Mantle Only, Units, EME3 0500CEXI, 500, 57 x 11 x 4 3⁄8, 1200 -- 1144238Supplier: Wilkem Scientific
Description: Designed for extraction, distillation, and reflux procedures. Each heating mantle can be regulated with its individual built-in solid state electronic temperature controller. The coiled heating element is suspended within a thermal insulating cartridge to provide maximum heat transfer and support
- Configuration: Mantle Only
Heating Mantles - FABRIC HEATING MANTLE THAT COVERS TOP AND BOTTOM OF 1,2 .. -- GSA Schedule Ace Glass Inc 12031-07Supplier: TestMart
Description: FABRIC HEATING MANTLE THAT COVERS TOP AND BOTTOM OF 1,2 OR 3 NECK 100ML SPHERICAL FLASK. LOWER HALF WATTAGE IS 80W AT 115 VOLTS. Available NEW for official U.S. Government & Authorized Contractor purchase only This is available to Authorized User Groups and Agencies for delivery to CONUS, Alaska
Description: Heating mantles are preferred to Bunsen burners or hot plates for organic liquids. They provide even heating (no hot spots) and maximum surface coverage for better temperature uniformity. Glas-Col's Premier heating mantle offers many high-quality features that make laboratory heating much more
Description: Heating mantles are preferred over Bunsen burners or hot plates for organic liquids. They provide even heating (no hot spots) and maximum surface coverage for better temperature uniformity. The Series TM stirmantle adds electromagnetic stirring to the TM series heating mantle for spherical flasks
Description: Heating mantles are preferred to Bunsen burners or hot plates for organic liquids. They provide even heating (no hot spots) and maximum surface coverage for better temperature uniformity. Glas-Col offers its standard Series O mantles for round-bottom flasks with the PowrTrol power control
Description: Heating mantles are preferred to Bunsen burners or hot plates for organic liquids. They provide even heating (no hot spots) and maximum surface coverage for better temperature uniformity. This spherical mantle covers both top and bottom of 1-, 2-, or 3-neck spherical flasks for improved safety
Description: For batch operations using spherical vessels the Glas-Col TM unique heating mantle design advantages are: Support of the vessel over as much of the its bottom surfaces as possible, to eliminate mechanical stress. No hot spots which could cause thermal strains. Flexible supporting surface
Description: The MantleMinder II is an automatic, time proportioning control used with heating mantles, tapes, cords, small ovens and other resistive heating loads up to 2,400W (240V). Very small loads may be easily protected by changing the fuse. The load and the thermocouple receptacles are located
Description: LED relative field speed indication, lighted on/off power switch, fuse protection, 3-wire load receptable, 3-wire line cord and molded plug. Receptacles are on the front for operating two stirring units at once. StirControl II connects to the StirMantle by cord so it may be placed outside a
Supplier: OMEGA Engineering, Inc.
Description: ; standing design, you are able to place soft, form fitting mantles directly on your countertop. No more hassle with jack stands, support rings or bulky metal case units. Magnetic stirring is easily performed through the heating mantle. Try using our variable output CPP Series temperature controller
- Heater Type: Flexible Heater, Specialty / Other
- Applications: OEM / Custom, Other
- Maximum Operating (Sheath) Temperature: 900 F
- Heating Capacity: 0.0520 to 1.3 kW
Supplier: Grainger Industrial Supply
Description: Heating Mantle, Max. Temp. 850 F, Capacity 850 F, Voltage 120, Wattage 500, Includes 3 In. IN lead wire w/ NEMA L1-15R connector and a 4 foot power adapter cord w/ NEMA 1-15 Plug
Supplier: Quantachrome Instruments
Description: Sample preparation involves the removal of surface contaminants by heating the sample under vacuum. To more effectively prepare multiple samples and to fully utilize the high throughput capabilities of the Autosorb-6B, and Quadrasorb, Quantachrome has created the Autosorb degasser. The Autosorb
- Degasser Type: Vacuum Degasser
- Number of Channels: 6
- Local Interface: Analog Front Panel
- Display Type: Digital Numerical Display
Supplier: Carl Stuart Co.
Description: Without Heating Mantle
- Mixer Type: Magnetic Stirrer
Description: Simplicity is the basis for this lab controller. Use this unit to control all baths, heating mantles, hot plates, heating tapes or other electrical heating devices. Just plug in appropriate thermocouple, adjust your setpoint, set the program cycle or limit action, and dial desired output voltage
Supplier: Berner International Corporation
Description: Comfort you can feel Extend your patio hours under the warmth of a patioSchwank 4000 Series 4000 When... Portability is mandatory Wide area with no posts, beams or walls to mount patio heaters Piping of fuel is not practical Features & Benefits Reinforced double heating mantle
- Heater Type: Air Heater
- Fuel / Energy Source: Natural Gas / Propane
- Heating Capacity: 11.14 kW
- Sleeve (Sheath) Material: None
Supplier: Control Company
Description: Turn equipment on/off at any temperature Controller turns any piece of equipment on or off when temperature rises above high set point or falls below low-set point. Wide setting range of -4 to 140°F and -20 to 60°C permits maintaining temperatures above or below ambient. Control heating elements
- Controller Inputs: Other
- Control Signal Output: Switch / Relay Output
- Control Technique: Limit / Set Point Control
- Form Factor: Stand-Alone
Supplier: Gilson Company, Inc.
Description: whips and flat aluminum beaters. Additionally some models as noted below, include additional beater or other modifications to meet certain ASTM and AASHTO specifications. Add “F” suffix to any model number for similar unit that operates on 230V/50Hz power supply. Heating Adapter Kits
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Encyclopedia of Solid Earth Geophysics
Low plume excess temperature and high core heat flux inferred from non-adiabatic geotherms in internally heated mantle circulation models.
Heat transfer between a thermochemical plume channel and the surrounding mantle in the presence of horizontal mantle flow
The thermal trace of the plume (see Fig. 1b), i.e., the heated mantle material flowing away from the plume conduit, has a com- plex structure.
Urey ratio and the structure and evolution of Earth's mantle
Williams, D. R., and V. Pan (1992), Internally heated mantle con- vection and the thermal and degassing history, J. Geophys. Res., 97, 8937–8950.
Development of an Energy Efficient High temperature Natural Gas Fired Furnace
These furnaces consist of a retort and a gas-fired heating mantle .
Impact heating and coupled core cooling and mantle dynamics on Mars
The impact- heated mantle is buoyant and develops into an upwelling (Figures 3c–3e), which quickly spreads into a warm layer beneath the stagnant lid (Figure 3f).
Magnetodynamo lifetimes for rocky, Earth�?mass exoplanets with contrasting mantle convection regimes
8) We used ˇ = 0.25, consistent with boundary layer theory for an internally heated mantle .
Thermal Evolution and Magnetic Field Generation in Terrestrial Planets and Satellites
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Reconciling the geophysical and geochemical mantles: Plume flows, heterogeneities, and disequilibrium
Bunge, H.-P. (2005), Low plume excess temperature and high core heat flux inferred from non-adiabatic geotherms in internally heated mantle circulation models, Phys.
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All of the material for this magmatic episode is derived from the perturbation itself, i.e., from shock- heated mantle rocks brought to the solidus by the flattening flow and distributed broadly by the .
Consequences of giant impacts in early Mars: Core merging and Martian dynamo evolution
In this region, the temperature of the already impact- heated mantle beneath the segregation zone can exceed the solidus temperature and lead to partial melting and a significant viscosity decrease.
Stability of the rotation axis in high�?resolution mantle circulation models: Weak polar wander despite strong core heating
Growing evidence points to a substantial heat flow across the core�?mantle boundary (CMB), but the rotational stability of strongly bottom heated mantle flow with prominent upwelling plumes is poorly known.
Thermal versus elastic heterogeneity in high�?resolution mantle circulation models with pyrolite composition: High plume excess temperatures in the lowermost m...
Bunge, H.-P. (2005), Low plume excess temperature and high core heat flux inferred from non-adiabatic geotherms in in- ternally heated mantle circulation models, Phys.